Scott A. Arnwine Appointed to Tennessee Human Rights Commission Board of Commissioners
Scott A. Arnwine Appointed to Tennessee Human Rights Commission
Board of Commissioners
(Nashville, TN – April 2018) Scott Arnwine Press Release
Governor, Bill Haslam appointed Scott A. Arnwine of Memphis to the Tennessee Human Rights Commission (THRC). On December 5, 2017, Governor Haslam confirmed Arnwine’s appointment to the THRC as a Representative of the Western Division. Commissioner Arnwine will serve until July 1, 2023.
Arnwine is a Senior Consultant with Gavion, LLC serving as an investment consultant. He has worked in this capacity since 2010 and works primarily with public clients. In his role as consultant, Scott advises various public clients including defined benefit plans, defined contribution plans, and retiree benefit trusts. His specialized areas of expertise include the creation of investment policy statements and guidelines, asset allocation, manager selection and performance evaluation services. Prior to his institutional consulting tenure, Scott worked as a financial advisor in the private client group for Morgan Stanley, and his career experience includes both corporate finance and account management. Arnwine received a bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Memphis. He has previously served on the boards of the Blue Streak Scholarship Fund and the Fogelman College of Business Alumni Chapter. Scott has previously served on the Board of Evangelical Christian School, and currently serves as a member of their retirement committee. He is a volunteer coach and is an elder of First Evangelical Church.
"I look forward to working with Commissioner Arnwine and our entire Board of Commissioners to further safeguard Tennesseans from discrimination under the jurisdiction of the Tennessee Human Rights Act and Tennessee Disabilities Act." said Executive Director Beverly Watts.
The Commission's role is to enforce and prohibit discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodation based on race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age (40 and over in employment), familial status (housing only) and retaliation in employment, housing , public accommodations and coordinate compliance with Title VI of .
For more information on the THRC, contact us at 1-800-251-3589 or www.tn.gov/humanrights.
Inquiries can be made by calling Beverly Watts at 615-532-3475 or by email at Beverly.firstname.lastname@example.org.